The University Honors and Leadership (UHL) Chancellor’s Ambassadors Program provides an opportunity for UHL students to give back to the university. Chancellor’s Ambassadors serve as student representatives of the Chancellor’s office, and thus of the university as a whole, at a variety of university events throughout the year. These events are used primarily for university outreach and promotion and are held at various locations around the Denver metropolitan area, including the Chancellor's residence. The Chancellor’s Ambassadors also have the opportunity to assist with the CU Denver commencement.
The Chancellor’s Ambassadors program is an integral part of the university’s and the UHL program’s interaction with the citizens of Colorado. Events typically supported by the Chancellor’s Ambassadors are attended by a variety of civic leaders from both inside and outside the university, and the presence of UHL Chancellor’s Ambassadors allows these community leaders to have contact with some of CU Denver’s best students. UHL students also benefit significantly from the Chancellor’s Ambassadors Program. Each student will have the opportunity to develop their networking skills and practice these skills through service to the university. In the process, students will be able to form connections with leaders drawn from both the university and the larger community.